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2016 CALENDAR OF EVENTS


Watergate - Dean’s Break with the White House

Tuesday, May 24 • 1:30 – 4:45 p.m.
Founders Hall Auditorium • School of Law

An engrossing look into a major event in presidential history and how it led to a defining change in legal ethics, utilizing White House tapes and relying on the encyclopedic work done by John Dean in his 2014 best-selling book, The Nixon Defense: What He Knew and When He Knew It. Working with Virginia CLE, Mason Law alumni can attend this lecture at no charge, without CLE credit. Free seats are limited so advance registration is highly recommended.

For attorneys wishing to receive 3.0 hours of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit for this seminar, register directly with Virginia CLE (cost is $220, printed materials included) by:

  • Going Online at www.vacle.org
  • Calling 1-800-979-VCLE (8253) during regular business hours.

There will be a book signing after the seminar!


Civil Rights Law Journal Reunion

Friday, April 22
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
School of Law, Hazel Hall Atrium

Alumni from the Civil Rights Law Journal will gather with students and faculty to celebrate the successes of the Journal, students, and graduates. Reunite with colleagues to reminisce about the CLRJ’s great history and learn more about its strong future. Please RSVP by April 19.


Judicial & Legislative Reception

May 25, 2016
6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
School of Law
3301 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, Virginia
Hazel Hall

The 18th Annual Judicial & Legislative Reception gathers our alumni, faculty, students as well as other members of the legal community, including numerous judges and legislators, for one of the largest bench and bar evenings in the area. The reception features heavy hors d'ouevers and select wine and cider from across the Commonwealth of Virginia. RSVP today.


WAYS TO BE INVOLVED:

Law Student and Graduate Hiring Program

Looking for temporary or permanent legal help (paid or unpaid)? Then consider using the free services of the the law school's Career Services Office to attract law students or graduates. Our career development staff will work with you to advertise your needs and can oversee resume collection and interview scheduling. For further information on participating in this program, contact the Career, Academic and Alumni Services Office at 703-993-8020.


VISITOR PARKING:

Founders Hall Garage: Visitor parking is now open. The rates are set at the prevailing rates for all University visitor garages. Currently the rates are $3/hour with a daily maximum of $14 Monday-Friday. After 5 pm on Fridays and all day on Saturday and Sunday, there is a flat daily rate of $7. Payment methods accepted: cash, coin, Visa/Mastercard, and Founders Hall validations.

GMU Metropolitan Building (3434 Washington Blvd): Visitor parking is allowed only with advance permission from Parking Services at all times. Parking is prohibited without a permit in the GMU leased spaces, and the hourly rates apply only to customers of the retail businesses in the building.

Metered parking is available on the streets around the law school and at the Truland Building (3330 Washington Blvd) on the surface level (located off Kirkwood Road).